Both side panels are easily removed by taking out the two thumb screws in each and then sliding each panel toward the back of the case to release. Once each side is removed, you will have total access to all aspects of the inside of the case making for excellent cable routing options. The front bezel also removes easily to gain access to the front drive cages.
With all of the panels removed you are left with the shell that offers many options in component arrangement, cable routing and installation.
The interior of the case is very roomy, allowing for a rather simple system building experience. The front interior contains the four 5.25” drive cage and eight 3.5” drive internal cage. The top features a single cooling fan for exhausting warm air, with provisions for a second. The back of the case houses the rear exhaust fan, seven expansion slots, the I/O bezel and the support for the bottom mounted power supply. The bottom features added ventilation for the bottom mounted power supply with a removable dust screen.
Also packaged inside is the accessory box.